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To me, that's even more astounding than the number of deaths -- although the number of deaths is certainly more tragic. Someone reportedly did an informal experiment. Of course kids in most all countries enjoy such thrills. Aaronneyer on May 11, He's saying that when it is first spun, the odds are low because of the weighting explained earlier. Then it's much easier to see why it's better to go with the other door. The events are said to be independent. Kequc on May 11, I lubs mah guns. You're right if they spun it again afterwards, they are right if you just continue through the 6 bullet slots in the revolver. I think it's more likely that someone who plays once will play multiple times than it is for someone who has never played to start. Odds of receiving a certain outcome X number of times in a row can change,but the odds of a single event never,never,never do. First, you wont wait for it to settle, so it doesn't matter. It's terrible but the phrase "life is cheap in Russia" comes to mind, which I think I heard when these videos of Russian kids showing off on tall structures started emerging. I thought it was a theoretical game that no one actually plays. Don't know if this is true but in the end, it doesn't matter for this stupid game. Your odds never change, this is not how maths work. That's not how maths work. How do you map Monty Hall to Russian Roulette? And yes, people "play" it, stupid drunk people. That is true with coin flips because the probability of a next coin toss coming up heads or tails is independent[0] of any previous coin tosses. List of 'notable incidents' including deaths on Wikipedia[1]. You choose a door, and then the moderator closes every single door except for yours and one other door. It's not a big effect. Heh, you really have no idea of what you're talking about, do you? You're describing something that works for non-dependent events. I can safely say that is not true. That's a pretty big leap of faith assumption though. Yeah, that's exactly what I thought, was really surprised by the number of down votes initially. You will fire assuming no mechanical malfunction and no randomization of the round after each pull in those first 6 shots with a probability of 1.

WA on May 11, parent favorite on: Social Roulette has a 1 in 6 chance of deleting yo I once read that the chance of Russian Roulette is NOT but more likesince you play with one bullet and the weight of the bullet makes it relatively unlikely that the bullet stops next to the top position in the barrel when russian roulette probability question spin it.

Third, there is russian roulette probability question friction between the cylinder and the pin it rotates on, which will prevent it from settling in that manner. TheSilentMan on May 11, If you're not re-spinning between turns you're not doing independent trials like flipping a coin repeatedly.

Please don't. Try it russian roulette probability question the shooting part. There would have to be some change between rounds to change that part. Simple misunderstanding that I made as well until I read your comment chain. Basically everyone here knows how probability works for independent events.

Putting other people down, even or especially when they are wrong says more about you than them. Im not sure you understand how a revolver works. However, in polite company there is rarely a need to ask the former and definitely not the latter.

The way I though you spin it is with the gun facing up. Ouch, looks like you are taking a lot of russian roulette probability question for this don't worry, I didn't realize the protocol for Russian Roulette was not to spin again after the first attempt, either.

The would negate the gravity effect. That's assuming that everyone who dies from playing it only played it once. The round would have a good chance of falling out. Assuming you aren't spinning between turns, the probabilities are not independent anymore. Last year alone four people died in the US while playing the game.

ISL on May 11, learn more here It's not just freshmen and lotto players.

GFischer on May 12, It's hard to understand even after reading about it :. Alex on May 13, The trick is to imagine the same scenario but with a billion doors. Hacker News new past comments ask show jobs submit.

Or I choose a slot, you choose the bullet You spin, fire, no bullet. In a six round revolver loaded with a single bullet and then randomized, pulling the trigger advances the next round. One gun, spins. I did misread the hypothetical distribution the parent claimed. Second, a cylinder is pretty heavy, so even if you did, it's not that big an effect. Does anyone have a source or a revolver? The number isn't true. But, since I've been checking out the Go language, I decided to whip up a little simulation[1] to prove the claimed probability. AKA the Lotto player's defense. Flipping a coin 50 times previously has no bearing on how it will flip the 51st time. I think he understands better than you, quite frankly. With the gun facing up is probably the most reasonable way to play. Also, if you don't spin between rounds and you're the 6th person to try it Why is the parent down voted? The odds gets more and more favourable towards spinning, the more people fire the gun. I had the same reaction to the link. The weight of a bullet is pretty small compared to the weight of a cylinder. It's because you're underestimating the average intelligence of an HN reader. I definitely wrote that response in a hurry as a thought experiment to flesh out what the least bizarre rules for R. Depends on if you're re-spinning between turns. Not true, but it's gesturally correct. After that it is not re-spun and is instead advanced to the next bullet, which does change it, because you now are limiting the number of total possible places for the bullet. Alex on May 12, I love how people have so much trouble understanding the Monty Hall 'paradox', but when you give them basically the exact same problem in the form of Russian roulette then suddenly it becomes trivially intuitive that you REALLY want to spin in between turns. L0j1k on May 12, AWP lol. Thanks for the nudge! Results: Position Times 1 barrel 20 0. You snap the cylinder shut while it is spinning. Definitely not just theoretical. People often well in films at least spin the barrel out of the gun and then snap it shut at a random time while it is still spinning. I have spun a revolver with one round in the cylinder. If you create something, no matter how completely ridiculous and stupid and dangerous and outright retarded it is, and then release it onto the population, someone somewhere will do it. In all likelihood, many people will. Which just means you didn't read the comment to which you were replying I did, but because I didn't know that in Russian Roulette you are not supposed to spin before each try, I assumed that the guy I was replying to was wrong. StevenXC on May 11, Ahh, the freshman probability theorem. One, the other, or both might by true. Plus I'm feeling pretty lucky today, so how could I lose? Or are just plain stupid.